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Empowering Women in Cannabis and Beyond 👑

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Her Highness Presents: Empowering Women in Cannabis and Beyond!



In the ever-growing landscape of the cannabis industry, women are emerging as influential leaders and entrepreneurs, shaping the future of this dynamic space. Today, we shine a spotlight on not only three remarkable women-owned cannabis brands but also celebrate the spirit of women-led businesses across all categories.

Meet Nancy Whiteman, The Visionary Behind Wana

Heralded as “The Queen of Cannabis” by Forbes (June 2023),  Whiteman is co-founder & CEO of Wana Brands, a top international cannabis edibles brand available in more than 3,000 dispensaries across the US and Canada. In October 2021, Nancy established The Wana Brands Foundation, an organization working to enhance the world by supporting a wide variety of nonprofits. Nancy is the recipient of numerous industry awards, including Forbes 100 America’s Self-Made Women (June 2023) and Benzinga’s Brett Roper Award for Lifetime Achievement (Sept. 2022). 

The Wana Experience
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From delectable gummies to innovative product lines, Wana has become synonymous with a premium cannabis experience. Nancy Whiteman’s commitment to excellence has propelled Wana into the limelight, earning the brand a well-deserved place in the hearts of cannabis enthusiasts. Shop Wana at any of our New Jersey or Maryland locations.

The Miss Grass Movement: Kate Miller’s Vision for Wellness
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Enter the world of Miss Grass, a lifestyle brand at the intersection of cannabis and wellness, founded by Kate Miller. With a unique perspective, Kate has redefined the cannabis narrative, focusing on its potential to enhance various aspects of life, from self-care to creativity. Miss Grass is more than products; it’s a lifestyle movement that empowers individuals to integrate cannabis into their lives mindfully. Discover the transformative power of Miss Grass at any of our New Jersey locations.

From Budtending To Rebranding, How Miss Grass CEO Kate Miller Is Shaking Up ‘Traditional Stoner Culture’

ButACake: Matha Dara Sasha the Sweetness in New Jersey
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Indulge in the exquisite creations of ButACake, a New Jersey-based, women-owned, black-owned canna-bakery founded in 2016 by the visionary Matha Dara Sasha. Handmade from scratch, their desserts, pastries, meals, and more are a testament to craftsmanship and passion. From the East Coast to your doorstep nationwide, ButACake is not just a brand; it’s a celebration of resilience and creativity.

As we celebrate International Women’s Day, we tip our hats to Nancy Whiteman of Wana, Kate Miller of Miss Grass, and Matha of ButACake. Their dedication, innovation, and leadership exemplify the essence of “Her Highness” in the cannabis industry.

Join us in recognizing these women-owned cannabis brands as they continue to shape the industry, inspire others, and pave the way for a more inclusive and diverse future in cannabis.

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